PAT LONGOBARDI — Sports Writer
Because of some big injuries during the season, the SCSU women’s track and field team knew it was going to be difficult to try to overcome and win the Northeast-10 Conference Championships.
The Owls came in as defending champion for the third straight time and fought hard with many good performances on their way to a third-place finish in Boston, Mass.
UMass-Lowell won the meet with 171 total points. Stonehill finished second with 138 points, while Southern was third with 106 points.
Southern moved down two spots in the rankings to No. 14 nationally and were still the only Northeast-10 team ranked.
SCSU head coach John Wallin said he was happy with the team’s effort despite some adversity.
“We went in minus 60 or 70 points because we lost three athletes, so we were at a [distinct disadvantage],” he said. “We fought very hard with…
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